Cup-to-gram equivalency chart. How much is it?
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Cup-to-gram equivalency chart. How much is it?

by Carlos Dragonné

How many times have you seen “1/3 cup of…” in a recipe and no one has put the equivalent in grams? Because suddenly we don’t have specific measuring cups, it’s always good to have a digital scale and an equivalency chart.

So I’m bringing you this equivalency chart so you can cook to your heart’s content.

LIQUID INGREDIENTS
cupmillilitres
1 cup237 ml.
¾ cup177 ml.
2/3 cup158 ml.
½ cup118 ml.
1/3 cup79 ml.
¼ cup59 ml.

That’s for the liquid ingredients. But, what about the dry ingredients? It’s not the same to measure rice as flour or sugar. So here are some charts to give you an idea.

cups to grams

Rice equivalency table.

CupsGrams
¼ cup50 grams
1/3 cup70 grams
½ cup100 grams
5/8 cup125 grams
2/3 cup133 grams
¾ cup150 grams
1 cup200 grams

cups to grams

Cups to grams of granulated sugar.

CupsGrams
1/8 cup30 grams
1/4 cup55 grams
1/3 cup75 grams
3/8 cup85 grams
1/2 cup115 grams
5/8 cup140 grams
2/3 cup150 grams
3/4 cup170 grams
7/8 cup200 grams
1 cup225 grams

Powdered sugar. Because then we’re cooking desserts with this and it’s gonna get measured. Here how much is equivalent to cups to grams.

CupsGrams
¼ cup30 grams
1/3 cup40 grams
½ cup60 grams
5/8 cup70 grams
2/3 cup75 grams
¾ cup85 grams
1 cup120 grams

If you guys like cooking with Brown Sugar, here’s a help.

CupsGrams
1/8 cup25 grams
1/4 cup50 grams
1/3 cup65 grams
3/8 cup75 grams
1/2 cup100 grams
5/8 cup125 grams
2/3 cup135 grams
3/4 cup150 grams
7/8 cup175 grams
1 cup200 grams

And, obviously, we can’t afford to neglect the equivalent of cups of flour.

CupsGrams
1/8 cup15 grams
1/4 cup30 grams
1/3 cup40 grams
3/8 cup45 grams
1/2 cup60 grams
5/8 cup70 grams
2/3 cup75 grams
3/4 cup85 grams
7/8 cup100 grams
1 cup120 grams

As for the weight equivalence of the butter, I’ll leave you to it.

CupsGrams
1/8 cup30 grams
1/4 cup55 grams
1/3 cup75 grams
3/8 cup85 grams
1/2 cup115 grams
5/8 cup140 grams
2/3 cup150 grams
3/4 cup170 grams
7/8 cup200 grams
1 cup225 grams

So you know. They have an equivalency that can help them a lot in cooking your recipes and not get lost in the conversions.

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